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  1. Don't about spacing but from a P-40 manual: Jari
  2. I grew up in Port Arthur, then on Jan 1 1970 it became Thunder Bay. edit: The caption for this says 12 Squadron Wickenby June 1943, you can see it still has the windows on the side: Jari
  3. Since there are photos from above in this thread, here is one from below, sort of. An obvious photo op except the Cookie is being loaded backward, the nose is to the rear: either the good graffiti was on that side of the bomb so they want a photo of that, or probably it was going to be posted in a newspaper, they didn't want the fuze configuration to be seen least a copy of the paper fell into the wrong hands. The rest of the series of photos are here: https://ibccdigitalarchive.lincoln.ac.uk/omeka/collections/document/24895 Jari
  4. Speaking of V-1s, here is a Halifax attacking a V-1 base, as the captions says: and how much they put into stopping the V-1 attacks on England: Jari
  5. This pic shows the exhaust on the inboard of the outer engine of a Lancaster just below the wing, while in the background you can see the exhaust of the outer engine in relation to the wing: Jari
  6. Here is a Fury doing a captive test flight: https://catalog.archives.gov/id/81267 Jari
  7. Here is another one, the caption said it was attacking a V-1 site: Jari
  8. Here is one with 500lb JDAMs on the outer pylons and 1,000lb JDAMs on the other pylons: Jari
  9. Lofting of training shapes by Navy a/c: https://catalog.archives.gov/id/81266 Jari
  10. A look inside the nose section of a Lancaster: Jari
  11. A nice top view of a Lanc on a daylight mission: bomb doors are open, turrets looking for a possible threat from the starboard rear quarter, oil stains on the tailplane with a replacement elevator among the details. Jari
  12. It's a SUU-21, with the blunt tail section: Jari
  13. Here are a couple cockpit views: Jari
  14. Working on the landing gear of a Rafale: Jari
  15. A better outcome for the crew in this crash: https://catalog.archives.gov/id/86636 Jari
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